The medical profession in Oman is renowned for its innovation.
In fact, it has been named the world’s most innovative country by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
But the profession has also been hit by a shortage of equipment.
Oman has a shortage, in part, due to the lack of proper equipment.
The United States is also a country that is struggling with this shortage.
The U.S. has one of the most technologically advanced medical systems in the world, but its health care workers are among the poorest in the Middle East.
And the United States has yet to reach the same level of productivity as Oman.
In the United Arab Emirates, however, doctors have begun using digital equipment.
They are using digital imaging to diagnose cancer.
In Bahrain, doctors are using 3D printing to treat patients with a chronic condition.
And in Qatar, medical schools are using computer-based medicine to train doctors and technicians.
These systems have proven to be a boon to the health care industry.
The World Health Organization estimates that digital medicine will make up 40 percent of all medical technology by 2020.